How to Make Your Facebook Account More Private – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Facebook has a shaky reputation when it comes to privacy, but it’s a useful tool for keeping in touch with friends and family. If you’re going to use the social network, there are a few things you can do to lock things down as much as possible.
Do You Really Need Antivirus Software on Your Windows or Mac Computer? – By Sydney Butler online-tech-tips.com
Do you still need third-party antivirus software on modern systems? There are tradeoffs, so make sure you know what you’re getting into before clicking that download button.
Google USB-C/NFC Titan Security Key Review – By Max Eddy PCM
The USB-C/NFC Titan Security Key is the latest version of Google’s hardware security key, designed to keep the bad guys from taking over your online accounts. With an attractive design and price—at just $35—the Titan Key is an obvious choice for newcomers to multi-factor
Multi-Factor Authentication: Who Has It and How to Set It Up – by PCMag
Don’t let scammers get their hands on your sensitive information. Here’s how to secure your online accounts with multi-factor authentication
The 2014 Heartbleed bug exposed millions of internet logins to scammers thanks to one itty-bitty piece of code, and our security nightmares have only gotten progressively worse in the years since.
Keep Your Passwords Strong and Secure With These 9 Rules – By See full CNET
A strong password is essential when it comes to your online security, and you need a unique one for each of your social media, bank accounts, streaming services and apps. But with so many accounts to keep track of, it’s tempting (and incredibly easy) to fall into the bad habit of using the same login credentials for everything.
Google, Apple, and Microsoft are working together to deploy passwordless sign-in – ByAndroid Authority
Passwords are one step closer to oblivion.
Google, Apple, and Microsoft are adopting the FIDO passwordless sign-in standard.
All three companies are committed to cross-platform implementation.
The new method should provide greater security over traditional passwords.
LastPass Review: Great password management for a price – By Sarah Jacobsson Purewal Tom’s Hardware
Before I started using LastPass, my password game was weak. The most I did was use numbers, but they were always the same numbers. I occasionally capitalized the first letter of whatever very common English word I was using, and I never used symbols because I didn’t want to have to type symbols.
Google Assistant in Chrome, powered by Duplex, can now auto-change stolen passwords – By Abner Li 9to5Google
At I/O 2021, Google announced that Assistant would help you change stolen credentials. This Google Assistant-branded, Duplex-powered capability for changing passwords is now rolling out in Chrome for Android.
What Should I Do About the Latest Breach? – By Ask Leo! YouTube
How to clear your passwords in Google Chrome and turn off autofill – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
There are multiple different services available that allow you to save your passwords, including Google Chrome. If you happen to use one of the many other password-saving programs out there, you probably don’t need to use Chrome’s version. This guide will help you clear all your passwords to essentially turn off Chrome’s autofill.
How to Use Windows Security to Keep Your PC Protected – By David Nield WIRED
For many years, Windows users had to rely on a third-party security tool to keep viruses and malware at bay, but now Microsoft’s operating system comes with its own package, in the form of Windows Security.
Bitwarden Password Manager can now generate unique usernames – By Ashwin Ghacks
While many people use password managers for the convenience of remembering a single login, the master password, the primary advantage that such programs offer, is that they provide an easy way to create unique passwords. Bitwarden is taking it to the next level, the open source password manager now has an option to generate unique usernames.
What Is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)? – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
You’ve heard of two-factor authentication (2FA) and its many benefits, but what about multi-factor authentication (MFA)? MFA can go beyond a simple text or authentication app, and might even happen without you knowing it.
LastPass Password Manager and Vault – By Ask Leo! YouTube
How to set up Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for all your accounts – By dottotech YouTube
You may be wondering, how can I set up 2FA (2-factor authentication)?,
The good news is, it is easy to set it up using Google Authenticator, Lastpass Authenticator or any other Auntnticator app.